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In grammar, denominal verbs are verbs derived from nouns. This can be found in the English language but also in many other languages. Examples from English include the verb school (from the noun school), shelve (from shelf) and symbolize (from symbol).
- Jacques, Guillaume (2012). "From Denominal Derivation to Incorporation". Lingua 122 (11): 1027–1231.
- Jacques, Guillaume (2014). "Denominal affixes as sources of antipassive markers in Japhug Rgyalrong". Lingua 138: 1–22.